Chery

 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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CHN


Chery New Energy (Chery Group)

Tiggo 3xe 400

2018 A compact electric crossover SUV
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CHN


Chery New Energy (Chery Group)

eQ1

2017 A micro compact electric hatchback
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CHN


Chery New Energy (Chery Group)

Arrizo 5 e

2017 A compact electric sedan
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Chery New Energy (Chery Group)

eQ

2014 A micro compact electric hatchback
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 News
Mar 30, 2019

On March 28, the Caoa Group announced that the purchases of components used in the production of Hyundai and Chery models in Anápolis and Jacareí are expected to total BRL 2.9 billion in 2019, a 123% increase compared to the BRL 1.3 billion purchased in 2018.
The Caoa Group has increased the number of local suppliers from 92 to 101 during 2018, with nine new partners to supply Chery's operations in Anápolis, including Bosch, Aptiv, Castrol, Continental, Eqmax, Sulfix, Moura, Coplac and Pancron.
Of the BRL 2.9 billion in production-related purchases in 2019, BRL 1.23 billion (43%) will be for Hyundai vehicles and BRL 1.66 billion (57%) will be for Caoa Chery vehicles.
In 2018, the ratio of the BRL 1.3 billion worth of component purchases were reversed between the two brands, with BRL 997 million (72%) for Hyundai vehicles and BRL 385 million (28%) for Caoa Chery vehicles.
The domestic content rate for Caoa-built vehicles is 36% for Hyundai vehicles, with 580 components produced locally, and 11% for Chery models, with 98 components produced in Brazil.
(Fenabrave release on March 29, 2019)

Mar 25, 2019

Chery Jetour recently delivered over 100 units of the Jetour X70 and X70S from Qingdao Port and Shanghai Port to Angola and Ecuador. This shipment marked the brand’s first vehicle exports.
In the future, Jetour will deliver its products to areas including Southeast Asia, Africa, Central America, South America, and the Middle East. It will also introduce technologies and its company culture to those areas, and implement terminal environment systems, spare part guarantees and after-sales services.
From a Jetour press release

Mar 06, 2019

On March 4, Chery Holding Group and the American REV Group released their ‘REV’ RV (recreational vehicle) brand in Wuhu, Anhui. Five mid- to high-end type-C RVs of two series of the REV brand were also launched, with a suggested retail price ranging from CNY 498,000 to CNY 868,000.
In December 2017, the partners signed an agreement for the joint venture project, which will initially focus on mid- to high-end RVs (six series as planned) and ambulances (three series as planned). According to the agreement, they will also work on other kinds of special vehicles as well.
From major media reports